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We value our volunteers

We are a volunteer-driven organization, relying on participation and contributions to maintain and deliver our programs. There are many volunteer opportunities within the House from helping in the kitchen to volunteering with house programs or assisting with administrative activities.

Volunteer opportunities are available during the day and the evening. If you want to have fun, meet new people, connect with other community members, build up your skills and give back to the community please join us!

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Appreciations

Our volunteer appreciations recognize the hard work and commitment of our Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House volunteers. They are a great chance to socialize and meet other volunteers, as well as celebrate the hard work and dedication that our volunteers have demonstrated in their engagements here at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House.


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Baby and Me Parenting Drop-In (Chinese)

September 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until November 20, 2019

Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, 800 East Broadway
Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territory, BC V5T 1Y1 Canada
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寶寶和我 親子小組 0 – 12 個月months 地点 Place: Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House 800 East Broadway, Vancouver | Unceded Coast Salish Territory 時間 Time:  星期二 Tuesdays   1:00 – 2:30 下午 pm 查询 Contact: Cecilia Wong (604) 261-6366 -3347 Susanna Suen (604) 872-2511 -3326 Date 2019 Topic 9月10日 Sept 10 歡迎 、寶寶睡覺 Welcome and sleep 9月17日 Sept […]

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Elizabeth McIllfaterick
Volunteer Programmer
604.879.8208 ext 113

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